Writers Tears Copper Pot Irish Whiskey
Tasted as part of the Walsh Whiskey Tweet Tasting, Writers Tears Copper Pot, a celelbration of the connection in the 18th and 19th century to the great writers of Ireland and the great copper pot whiskey is one of the four tasted.
For a dram that celebrates the connection between the gritty and powerful writing of the 18th/19th century this dram is tame and gentle, but seriously fruity and drinkable.
This is a dram I really enjoy, filled with sweet fruit salad notes with some light dark scones, and some gentle wood notes
Available from Specialists like Master of Malt.
Thanks to The Whisky Wire for organising this Tweet Tasting.
This is so light, theres gentle vanilla cake notes and tinned fruit salad, theres some over cooked fruit scones, light oak wood notes, fresh and gentle, the more this sits in the glass the more you get from it.
Sweet vanilla sugar juicy, more of that light tinned fruit salad in light syrup, light oak notes and some green wood notes
Fresh, fruity, sweet yum
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